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svberg

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Hello there,

does anybody know, if i can change the license owner, especially the company when the company doesn't exist anymore? Couldn't find any information about that in the world wide web.

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Sven
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ksnyder (KERIO)

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http://www.kerio.com/license-agreement

In layman's terms: can't use it, sell it, or transfer it to another company. Exception being if the original company is absorbed or purchased by another company.

[Updated on: Thu, 19 March 2015 00:11]


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svberg

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Hello Mr. Snyder,

thanks for the fast response.

That's what i'm looking for! Smile Unfortunately i oversaw it every time i read the EULA in case of this information.

Any idea who i should contact for this purpose?

Regards,
Sven
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Vicky Tripp (Kerio)

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Hi Sven,

You can call the UK office here and discuss that with the Sales team. You can reach them on +44 01223 202130.

Hope this helps,
Vicky

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If you are living in the EU, you can sell your license.
The article in Kerios EULA is not valid for the EU as a result of an European Court of Justice rule. (case C-128/11: curia.europa.eu/juris/documents.jsf?num=C-128/11&languag e=en)

The ECJ ruled, barring further recourse for appeal, that the principle of exhaustion applies to every first-time sale of software. Thus, used software trade has been declared fundamentally legal. According to the Court, this also applies to software that has been transmitted online. The ECJ even laid out that the second acquirer of computer programs that have been transmitted online may download the software from the manufacturer: "Moreover, the exhaustion of the distribution right extends to the copy of the program sold as corrected and updated by the copyright holder," according to the ECJ.

I'm not an lawyer, got this answer from our legal dep.
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